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Is a partner with the law firm of Hoffmann, Parker, Wilson & Carberry, P.C., where her practice is concentrated in local government law, including election law, public records law, constitutional law, employment law and litigation. Ms. Carberry is the Town Attorney for the Towns of Superior, Winter Park and Mountain View and the County Attorney for Morgan County. She serves as special counsel for the Town of Vail and several other municipalities, and serves as general counsel for the Alameda Water & Sanitation District, the North Lincoln Water & Sanitation District, the Health District of Northern Larimer County, the Vail Reinvestment Authority, the Superior Urban Renewal Authority, the Superior Metropolitan District #1, the Superior Metropolitan Interchange District and the Foothills Animal Shelter. She also acts as a hearing officer for the Town of Dillon and the Cities of Fort Collins, Lakewood, Denver, Golden, and Aurora. She earned her B.A. from the University of Virginia and her J.D. from the University of Colorado. Ms. Carberry has lectured and authored articles on various municipal subjects, including home rule, elections, open meetings and public records. She is a member of the Denver and Colorado bar associations.